Order from the Education Directorate: The number of students must be increased by 25 percent by April 15th, the responsibility lies with the school principals

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Order from the Education Directorate: The number of students must be increased by 25 percent by April 15th, the responsibility lies with the school principals

Sonipat: The Ministry of Education continually strives to increase the number of students in state schools. In the new academic session, the focus will be on increasing the number of students by 25 percent compared to the previous session. The schools were given until April 15th to do this. In this regard, teachers also conduct door-to-door campaigns so that the number of students can be increased. In addition, work is also being done to identify school dropouts. Parents of these children will be motivated to enroll them. The Deputy Secretary General of the Ministry of Education, Dr. G. Anupama, on Tuesday through video conferencing on various issues related to education with education officials.

The headmaster is responsible for admission to the sixth grade.

Additional Secretary General Dr. G. Anupama said that it is the responsibility of the principal to enroll the students who have passed the fifth standard in the sixth standard. All school principals should carry out their responsibilities with complete honesty. After the meeting, District Education Officer Naveen Gulia discussed the issue of increasing the number of students with the District Primary Education Officer, Block Education Officer and Deputy Project Coordinator and said that they should try to achieve the set target by the entrance festival to be celebrated by April 14. . Teachers are responsible for any failures in this matter.

Have two new children admitted

All head teachers and each responsible class must register two new students each. Their information is recorded in the teachers’ APAR. Double shifts should be introduced in schools depending on the number of children and if necessary, so that division into one class and one teacher can be ensured.

Ensure that children are enrolled in unrecognized schools

The Ministry of Education has given instructions to close unrecognized schools. In such a situation, the students of these schools should be enrolled in government schools keeping in mind the future of the students. Headmasters and class teachers brought these students to state schools so that their goal was achieved and the number of students also increased.

Deserving students are rewarded

The Nipun Reporter program was launched by the education department for students from 1st to 5th grade. Manoj Verma, District Nodal Officer, FLN, said that the student who performs best in this program will receive a cash prize of up to Rs 11,000. The aim of the program is to strengthen students’ language, logical thinking, language development, self-confidence and basic skills.

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